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EVs require charging in order to have enough power to function, just like a cell phone. EV charging is the process of supplying power to the vehicle’s battery using EV charging equipment.
To charge an EV, a charging station connects to the power grid. Electric vehicle supply equipment is what EV charging stations are known as technically (EVSE).
EV owners have the option of charging at home, in public, or at their place of employment. Level 2 charging at home is referred to as residential EV charging (read more about EV charging levels down below).
Commercial electric vehicle charging is available for EV fleet, multi-family homes, and office buildings. Employees and clients can utilise the commercial electric vehicle charging stations. There are numerous public EV charging stations that are operated by businesses.
The Namibia EV charger market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The Grove Mall and EVs Namibia CC are pioneering the first public DC fast charging station to increase the flexibility of the expanding EV fleet in Namibia.
The term “EV” stands for “electric vehicle,” while “DC” refers to the form of power that is stored in an EV’s traction battery. The Grove Mall’s lower level parking deck will host the debut of the first fast-charger.
There are roughly 45 EVs on Namibian streets, and according to a study of existing EV owners, the Grove Mall is the best place in Windhoek for quick charging. The mall’s 2.8 megawatt solar PV generator allows for real green electrons to be used for charging during the day.
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